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I have a 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor. In less than 1,000 miles it has burned a qt. of oil. It only has a little over 40,000 miles on the engine. This is the second oil change in a row that it was low. The previous oil change it was over 2 qts. low. The tailpipe blows white smoke occasionally and the dealership warranty department has told me it is normal for a car to burn a certain amount of oil per certain amount of miles. Is that true? Does a care normally burn oil at all? Regardless of the answer I don't believe any vehicle should burn 1-2 qts. every 3000 miles or less. What do you think?

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The guy above is full of it. this is the safest vehicle ive ever owned and yes, for this vehicle it burns oil constantly but lightly so u dont smell or see it. worth it for a car that can o 250k. best all wheel drive ever made

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No it should not burn oil...specially for a new car like that...the older the car gets...the more oil it burns...but you need to check the head cover gasket...
Good Luck!

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

Testimonial: "thank you so much, I think they are blowing me off because it is a warranty issue. I will suggest checking the head cover gasket. Thanks so much!"

  • Marion Beamish Oct 22, 2010

    I have a 2005 Endeavor and I am having this problem once again. We check the oil inbetween oil changes and the oil is not even registering on the dip stick. They too told us at the dealership that it is normal to put .900 mls of oil after 2000 kms. I too think this is ludicrus. They are once again (4th time) completing a 2000 km oil check *three in a row". I am so disappointed. Won't be buying a Mistisubishi product again!!!!

  • Obadah Al-Dabbas
    Obadah Al-Dabbas Oct 22, 2010

    Mitsubishi vehicles are the least safe vehicles on the road...that has been proven...
    and they have so many problems...
    thats why you don't find too many on the road...
    looks can be deceiving!
    they look so nice but they never run good...
    my advice to you is to sell it ASAP and don't try to fix the problem because the more money you put in the truck...the more money you lose
    the problems on this truck are hard to find...i never heard anything like this problem you have...
    sorry i tried to think of the solution for your problem but got nothing :(
    Good Luck!

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